He is a PhD student working at the Vienna University of Technology within Project 2.3 in Area 2 at K1-MET.
Here is a a short interim report from Paul:
“I am very grateful to K1-MET for giving me the opportunity to further develop our models for non-equilibrium segregation at UBC in Vancouver, Canada. Professor Militzer has a lot of experience in this field and the personal and regular discussions are very helpful to shed light on the influence of segregation on continuously cast steels. By using a new programming environment, we have more control over the relevant parameters as well as implementing localized diffusion coefficients. This will hopefully lead to a better understanding of the less studied transition period between enrichment and desegregation.”
All the best for your research work within your outgoing research stay from the entire K1-MET team!